Tag Archives: Sage Inventory Advisor

Sage Inventory Advisor improves with addition by subtraction

Life in general is pretty routine. That’s one of the reasons why forecasting and replenishment software, like Sage Inventory Advisor, exists because manufacturers usually can wind their watches by previous years’ activities. If your company manufactures mittens, you will see an uptick in productivity during the cold season and slowdowns… Read more »

Customer training becomes a learning experience

Being the marketing director here at Practical Software Solutions is like being a utility infielder in baseball: You have to know a lot about many products, but you never really become an expert at one. That’s not to say that I wouldn’t mind being an expert in every software title… Read more »

DemandLink brings better forecasting to Grower Vertical

You probably have heard the expression, “build a better mousetrap, and the world will beat a path to your door.” As a software company, we are always looking for new ways to improve our technology. Nearly a decade ago we began developing Grower Vertical, our add-on to Sage ERP that compensates for… Read more »

The one in which I messed up

Last week, I was so excited when Jann Guthridge from Triangle Suspension said she would write a guest blog post about Sage Inventory Advisor. It was so perfect: She’s a champion of the product, her company was the first Sage 500 ERP customer to use it, and she’s going to… Read more »

Guest Post: Our journey from Netstock to Sage Inventory Advisor

About a month ago, I wrote about how Jann Guthridge, the IT Supervisor for Triangle Suspension, is awesome. OK, the post was a little bit more than that. In that post, I talked about how her company was the first Sage 500 ERP customer that was on board with Netstock, which… Read more »

Finding out about Sage Inventory Advisor

Jann Guthridge from Triangle Suspension Systems is awesome. This must be distinctly understood, or nothing wonderful can come of the story I am going to relate. (Ok, I’ll stop quoting from A Christmas Carol.) During our customer meeting at Sage Summit in 2011, the idea was formed to have a… Read more »